A wild first period, in which Barrie took a 2-0 lead only to surrender two late goals to the Spitfires, gave way to a goaltender's duel as Barrie's Mavric Parks turned aside 28 of 29 Windsor shots in the second and third periods. German import Philipp Grubauer was also sharp in the Spits' net, stopping 15 of 16 shots by the Colts in the second and third and 29 of 32 attempts on the night.
Mark Cundari's second goal of the OHL playoffs at 16:44 of the third period tied the score at three to send the game into overtime, where likely 2010 first-overall Entry Draft selection Taylor Hall struck for the game-winner on a power play at 2:35 of the extra stanza.
Game Two will be played tonight in Barrie; puck drop is at 7:35 PM Eastern Time (6:35 PM Central).
-- Brian Weidler, "Game Time" Prospect Department